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Pentatonix Performs at the Fab Fair in San Diego

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Pentatonix Performs at the Fab Fair in San Diego

by Liz Tarnof What I look for in a musical artist is a unique sound, something new and fresh to catch my attention. Pentatonix, the vocal a cappella quintet has supplied just that. They are a vocal group with one member originating from Southern California, the other three  from Texas and one from Kentucky. Pentatonix have […]

Life is Beautiful Festival 2014: Lineup Announced!

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Life is Beautiful Festival 2014: Lineup Announced!

Life Is Beautiful is once again returning to Las Vegas! After the temperatures have come down and made outdoor living in Las Vegas very comfortable, the Life Is Beautiful Festival returns October 24-26. This year promises to be bigger than ever, and will bring some of the most venerated musical artists, culinary masters and artists; […]

Ryan Aderrey: A Miracle for Music

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Ryan Aderrey: A Miracle for Music

by Liz Tarnof Entertainment and music writer, Informer Media Group I had the pleasure of speaking with singer Ryan Aderrey at the recent event Sunset Sessions. Aderrey is a Florida native who’s single “A Miracle, My Love,” just hit No. 35 on the BillBoard Indicator Chart, right beneath Jennifer Lopez, is rearing to go. Impressed? […]

An eye opening interview with new musical artist Kathryn Dean

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An eye opening interview with new musical artist Kathryn Dean

by Liz Tarnof Kathryn Dean is a new artist that is ready to take the world by storm. She has a passion for alternative sounding music, with big ballad’s and sweet ukuleles strewn throughout her songs. One of her singles, “You Wish She Was Me” is catchy, light hearted and bubbly sounding. She took the […]

Sunset Sessions: A Debut Debauchery

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Sunset Sessions: A Debut Debauchery

by Liz Tarnof Coming up this week is the exciting Sunset Sessions by Michele Clark. According to Sunset Sessions Facebook page, this is an “ industry only event that bring together passionate radio programmers, music supervisors from film, tv, ads, games and sports, record companies, press, artist managers, tv bookers and some of the freshest new […]

Lindsey Stirling Talks Touring, Talent and Truth

Lindsey Stirling Talks Touring, Talent and Truth

By Liz Tarnof Cover photo by Eric Ryan Anderson When we think of popular music today, we often think of synthesized beats, nonsensical lyrics and one hit wonders. However, a sparkling gem hailing from Arizona has broken out of this mold. Lindsey Stirling is a professional violinist as well as a motivational speaker. Tonight, I will […]

Scarlett Rabe: Symphonic Singer and Artist

Scarlett Rabe: Symphonic Singer and Artist

By Liz Tarnof As I navigated my way through the streets of San Diego, I anticipated the events to unfold tonight. The sky was clear, the weather was cool; it was perfect concert atmosphere. Tonight, I would be interviewing and watching up and coming musical artist Scarlett Rabe perform. If there is one appropriate term […]

“Neighbors”: Not for the Casual Comedy Viewer

“Neighbors”: Not for the Casual Comedy Viewer

By Sean Molloy There is no question that “Neighbors” is going to make serious money at the box office in the coming weeks. There is also no doubt that the movie is going to be remembered by some and loathed by others. This reviewer being more in the latter category for the most part, mainly because […]

Classical-rock hybridists Ginger Ibex to stream live concert from Boston’s WMFO 91.5 FM

Classical-rock hybridists Ginger Ibex to stream live concert from Boston’s WMFO 91.5 FM

By Keith Johnson San Francisco Informer “Keith Jarrett, Astor Piazzolla and Sergei Rachmaninov walk into a bar.” It sounds like the start of a nerdy music school joke but an ensuing jam session between the jazz, tango and classical music icons might give you an idea of Ginger Ibex’s sound. However, when you consider that […]

The Strange Woman (1946): A Must-See Film Noir Classic

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The Strange Woman (1946): A Must-See Film Noir Classic

by Dolores Cde Baca, contributing writer Informer Media Group The Strange Woman (1946) Starring Hedy Lamarr George Sanders Louis Hayward Gene Lockhart Jenny (Hedy), the protagonist in “The Strange Woman” is a headstrong, free-spirited young girl who is a bully at times but otherwise very popular among the other children.  Living in Bangor, Maine in […]

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